Student Life and Services: Student Clubs & Organizations
All registered students are eligible for membership in the clubs and organizations of their choice. Students are encouraged to form additional clubs and organizations to meet special needs or interests. All new clubs and organizations are a part of the Inter-Club Council (ICC) after approval from the Board of Trustees. Having a minimum of 10 students, faculty advisor and completing the necessary paperwork is all that is needed to begin. The Student Life and Services Office assists all clubs in processing and paperwork in maintaining all the club's financial records and banking needs.
Alpha Iota, Honors Society
To develop programs offering cultural, social, or enrichment experiences as being community college students and members of the society. To sponsor and promote seminars designed to assist members in scholastic achievement.
American Native Yonutenen Association
Advisors: Matthew Jaffe, email@example.com
To establish connections with tribal nations to offer volunteer services and to promote indigenous culture through workshops and events.
Advisors: Dr. Darcy Wiewall, firstname.lastname@example.org,
To gain further knowledge on the holistic perspective with a focus on the subfields: physical, cultural, archaeology, and linguistics.
ASL @ AVC - American Sign Language Club
To bridge the gap between the hearing students and the local Deaf community, to foster a positive understand and perspective of the Deaf community through the practice of Deaf cultural norms and through the use of American Sign Language.
AVC Percussion Association
Advisor: Gary Heaton - Smith, email@example.com
To give percussionist or those interested in becoming percussionists a place to meet, have fun, do percussion related activities, and fundraise for percussion related activities.
AVC Skills USA
To promote Trade, Health, Engineering, Communications, AJ, IT, and Science through team work and competition.
Advisor: Ronald Chapman, firstname.lastname@example.org
To promote an atmosphere of learning where students and faculty collaborate in a shared passion for sociology, its theories, methods, and unique approaches. We strive to foster a forum guided by intelligence and mutual respect for all who choose to contribute to our team. We strive to be open to all who desire to use their knowledge of social sciences for the benefit of society and who are dedicated to spreading an awareness of the field of sociology and the many benefits the science of human society holds all of us; both personally and collectively.
AVC STEM Club
Advisor: Dr. Zia Nisani, email@example.com
To facilitate the interest, education, and networking ability of STEM majors at Antelope Valley College. To increase the visibility of the social support for STEM and educate for STEM programs at AVC.
AVC Yoga Club
To make available yogic practices on campus. This would include but is not limited to asana practice, yogic diet and philosophy.
Black Student Union
Advisor: Mike Wallace, firstname.lastname@example.org
To enhace individual academic achievement to instill pride and self-esteem through African history and culture. To empower positive change.
Advisor: Alissa Welch, email@example.com
To provide an outlet for those interested in directing, filmmaking techniques, producing, writing, acting, and editing.
Advisor: Vickie Beatty, firstname.lastname@example.org
To enhance leadership skills in nursing students as well as teach preparatory skills for these students future career. This includes student, organizational and communication skills.
To educate our fellow students as the value of spiritual understanding and spiritual well being. Only when we understand ourselves both physically and spiritually can we truly make a positive impact on our community.
Fashion & Costume Society
Advisor: Melissa Ramiro, email@example.com
To be a union of individuals dedicated to participate and contribute to the community, charities, fashion events and promote fellowship amoungst members. To focus on fashion, costumes and the like. To promote awareness of the Clothing and Textiles program at Antelope Valley College and to promote the indiviuals within the club. To build a network of connections.
Advisor: Brian Palagallo, firstname.lastname@example.org
To provide a community for students to join in and participate in competitive and/ or non- competitive social gatherings and events.
To create a safe and social environment to motivate, support and help transition current and former Foster youth who are attending college and be able to provide available resources that may find beneficial to succeed in their daily educational goals.
AVC Mock Trial allows students with an interest in law to gain critical thinking and public speaking skills and witness the judical process in action.
Advisor: Lisa Karlstein, email@example.com
To help students form a connection between local photographers.
Advisor: Cole Mc Candless, firstname.lastname@example.org
To affirm all sexual and gender identities in our community here at AVC as well as our community within the Antelope Valley.
Psychology Student Organization
Advisor: Fredy Aviles, email@example.com
We, as students of Antelope Valley College, in order to support the academic pursuits of its member, facilitate psychology-related activities and promote learning of psychology.
Sistah's of Salvation
Advisor: Sean Martin Cranley, firstname.lastname@example.org
Is a Sisterhood that through God and solidarity aim to transform the lives of young women of color.
Student Nurses Association (SNAC)
Clubs support nursing classes for graduation and pinning ceremony.
SNAC Fall 2017
SNAC Spring 2018
SNAC Fall 2018
SNAC Spring 2019
Theater Arts Club
To support theatrical practitioners, create student produced work, and explore the theatrical world.
To provide social groups and to help veterans adjust to and become successful in civilian and college life; to bridge the gap amongst veterans and students at AVC.